Cultivated meat is one of the more significant climate change remedies being thrust upon society. The evil scientists formulating the fake meat concoctions swear their products look like meat, taste like meat, and are healthy. Hmmm. Think back to their story on the deadly mRNA jabs and the truth comes to light. There is no reason to worry over the fact that cultivated meat comes from animal cells manipulated in a lab, silly. Just ask mega-fake meat backer Bill Gates. Not only does Gates want to serve up petri-dish-born Frankenstein meat to the masses, but for those who nevertheless prefer to eat beef, to reduce methane gas emissions, he is funding the development of a vaccine to stop cows from burping and farting. No doubt, it is a move designed to back people into a corner and a chance to clamor for the phony praises of fake meat. But, more and more states aren’t having it and are considering regulations on lab-grown meat.

Florida and Alabama have already passed legislation banning the manufacture and distribution of lab-grown meat within their borders. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis was the first to do so, signing a bill on May 1 banning the “cultivated” meat grown from animal stem cells. “Take your fake lab-grown meat elsewhere,” he said, adding, “We’re not doing that in the state of Florida.” Florida’s ban does not include Impossible meat, which is made from plant-based ingredients, though many argue it is an equally frightening formulation to consume. Impossible meat was spared, according to DeSantis, because the ban is meant to protect cattle ranchers and the “integrity of American agriculture.” Explaining his state’s ban, DeSantis, who has not shied away from voicing his concerns over the deadly mRNA jabs or the sinister motives of the World Economic Forum and others, said in a statement:

“Today, Florida is fighting back against the global elite’s plan to force the world to eat meat grown in a petri dish or bugs to achieve their authoritarian goals. Our administration will continue to focus on investing in our local farmers and ranchers, and we will save our beef.”

Florida’s Commissioner of Agriculture Wilton Simpson applauded the fake meat ban, remarking, “Florida is taking a tremendous step in the right direction by signing first-in-the-nation legislation banning lab-grown meat.” Simpson agreed with DeSantis that it is imperative to protect our incredible farmers and the integrity of American agriculture. He called lab-grown meat “a disgraceful attempt to undermine our proud traditions and prosperity and is in direct opposition to authentic agriculture.” Yes, thank you, Mr. Simpson.

The state of Alabama was quick to join Florida. Starting October 1, manufacturing, selling, or distributing food products made from cultured animal cells will be prohibited under Act No. 2024-252. Violations would be a Class C misdemeanor. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed the legislation on May 7 after it was overwhelmingly passed in the state’s House and Senate. Violators will face fines ranging between $100 and $10,000. Concerned about the possible negative health impacts of fake meat, Alabama’s bill was sponsored by Senator Jack Williams, who stated there needs to be more testing on lab-grown meat. Appreciating the value of shopping small and local, he remarked:

“I watch all the chemicals that are put in meats today, and everything else. We have more and more people going straight to the farm and buying stuff, from their meats to their vegetables. They actually know what is in it. It’s not altered in any way.”

Fast Company’s Brian Kateman called the bannings in Florida and Alabama “a colossally stupid move,” designed not to protect consumers from lab-grown meat but to “protect the cattle farming industry.” Yes, DeSantis was quite clear on that point, as he should be. Humanely raised and cared-for livestock is worth protecting. At this stage in the game—thanks to the pandemic—it is incredibly easy to discern those who are aware of the massive attempt to rob us of our freedoms and control our bodies, food, and the air we breathe and those who are not—Kateman is not. Like a dutiful soldier, he is fearful of not just the greenhouse gas emissions thanks to the livestock industry but also the transmission of zoonotic diseases like the increasingly popular H5N1. It is an election year, after all. Making Tedros proud and quipping about the money Alabama and Florida will lose by not taking part in the “huge opportunity” to produce cell-cultivated meat, Kateman wrote:

“The UN tells us to expect biodiversity loss, an increase in extreme weather events, food shortages, worsened poverty, and displacement of people as climate change continues to take its toll on the planet.”

Recognizing the quite obvious scheme, more states are joining Florida and Alabama and are considering banning the sale of lab-grown meat, a move Italy made back in late 2023. It became the first country to ban cultivated meat grown in laboratory bioreactors from stem cells. A bipartisan pair of Senators in the U.S. have introduced legislation prohibiting the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) from including cell-cultivated meat products on its menu. Senator Mike Rounds (R-S.D.) and John Tester (D-Mont.) declared, “Our students should not be test subjects for cell-cultivated meat experiments.” Tennessee is also currently considering banning the sale of cultivated meat. The volunteer state is considering imposing a $1 million fine on violators. It is, after all, an affront to nature and creation.

At the end of the day, the cultivated meat market specifically harms small farmers, cattle ranchers, and hard-working Americans across the country. Major meat producers like Tyson and Cargill (cruel big business goliaths to be avoided at all costs) have each invested in cultivated meat companies. You can bet the farm neither mega company cares about the welfare of the animals they inject with hormones, antibiotics, and treat unethically to mass produce. Profits are profits to them, and they don’t care whether the money comes from—cultivated lab-grown meat or grossly mistreated animals. With that in mind, while not banning it altogether, at least some states like West Virginia have passed bills requiring cultivated meat to be labeled as “cell-cultured” or “lab-grown” or a similar term, and in a fun twist they’re lumping it in a category with insect meat. With all the smoke and mirrors around our nation’s health, demanding proper labels so we know what we are eating is the right thing to do.

If we’re not careful, full-fledged communism is just around the corner. Glimpses of it are visible every day. Why isn’t China concerned about climate change? Oh, that’s right, they’re already a communist nation. They don’t need to bully their citizens with the threat of climate change to achieve the deep state’s totalitarian agenda. They are already there. Thus, like the brave heroes who voiced concerns over the experimental COVID jabs, having state legislators stand up to the normalization of lab-grown meat is a big win. No, cultivated meat isn’t for sale anywhere at the moment, but with Bill Gates’ billions, it is not going away. Make no mistake, the battle continues and doesn’t stop with meat.

No indeed. Bill Gates isn’t going to spend his billions teaching organic farming to small farmers (but HE SHOULD and could). Instead, he is on a mission to wipe out any inherently holistic way of life that is remotely healthy. The message is: “We are teetering on the brink, so be super scared.” According to this shady group of people, the future is artificial. Moving beyond artificial meat, Bill Gates-funded fake fat is just around the corner, and it is just as whacked as counterfeit meat. Yes, fake fat. The formula, or recipe, for Savor’s “versatile fats” sounds horrendous—carbon dioxide mixed with a little bit of heat and hydrogen to form chains that are then blended with oxygen. Savor proudly declares their process makes “the fats and oils we know, love, and drool over.” Yuck.

We’ve endured a global “vaccine” experiment for over three years. Here’s to overpowering the pending cultivated meats, other foods, and fats experiment. We all know and deserve better. After all, the push for lab-cultivated meat is not about climate change—it is about the Great Reset, power, and greed. To reinforce that point, over 1,600 scientists have gone on record to declare there is “NO Climate Crisis” and that CO2 is essential for all life on Earth. They insist that the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is “one of the worst sources of dangerous misinformation” out there—and that statement is 100 percent accurate. Make no mistake, awareness is key because we are living in a world where objective science about the Earth’s climate has been sacrificed for a political agenda that is wasting trillions of dollars to push a silent agenda that benefits a very select few and imprisons the rest of us. 

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Tracy Beanz & Michelle Edwards

Tracy Beanz is an investigative journalist with a focus on corruption. She is known for her unbiased, in-depth coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic. She hosts the Dark to Light podcast, found on all major video and podcasting platforms. She is a bi-weekly guest on the Joe Pags Radio Show, has been on Steve Bannon’s WarRoom and is a frequent guest on Emerald Robinson’s show. Tracy is Editor-in-chief at